by Jeanene Harlick | October 31, 2014 9:14 pm
BookRiot: Recommended reading, Halloween edition: 5 scary stories written by women
The Guardian: When FRANKENSTEIN by Mary Shelley came out, it “changed everything,” by Neil Gaiman
Via Pottermore & The Today Show: J.K. Rowling reveals the origins of Harry Potter’s “twee” nemesis, Dolores Umbridge
Publishers Weekly: The 10 Best Ghost Stories
NPRBooks: I’m Not Scary, I’m Just Drawn That Way: Great Comics For Halloween
LATimes Books: Spooky! The author graves of Los Angeles
And my personal recommendations: In honor of my favorite YA fiction author – Zilpha Keatley Snyder – recently passing, The Headless Cupid, The Famous Stanley Kidnapping Case, or The Changeling. And, the book I’m about 20 pages away from finishing and which is still terrific, The Magicians, by Lev Grossman.
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